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Hi all , found this on Wiki ...

In June 2011 Mitsubishi announced the introduction of lithium titanate oxide SCiB battery technology for its two new models of electric vehicles, the i-MiEV and Minicab MiEV. The SCiB technology was developed by Toshiba, which stated that its SCiB batteries can withstand 2.5 times more charge/discharge cycles than a typical lithium-ion battery.

Question , when where these batterys introduced ? Ive a possible customer looking at a 2011 I-on and hes asking if it has these 'new' batterys fitted ,or just standard Lithium ?

anyone know ??

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Jonathan
 

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my understanding is that these batteries are used in the Japanese domestic versions only, as an option for people who rapid charge a lot. Possibly only 14kWhr capacity.
 
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